Enamel pins are the “hot new thing.” This past week, there was even a pin art show in NYC. They are cheap to buy, cheaper to produce, and don’t take up too much space on your wall or in your drawer. They’re also addictive.
Go here to see some funky art history-inspired enamel pins. (For each art history pin bought, Pin Museum donates $1 to Inner-City Arts, a Los Angeles based charity supporting art education for children).
also by Brandon Zech
- Julie Green at Texas State University - September 29th, 2017
- Sean Starwars: Woodcut Funhouse - August 9th, 2017
- 'Daydreams and Other Monsters' at UTSA - August 4th, 2017
- Why this Year's Galveston Artist Residency Exhibition is Different - July 19th, 2017
- Andres Serrano at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston - June 23rd, 2017